Do you want to change your lifestyle, incorporate healthy habits and do not know where to start?
To make it easy for you here is the manifesto of the paleo diet of Paleobullalthough for us is not a “diet” but a model of nutrition and lifestyle based on the evolution.
Our manifesto is a simple enumeration of sentences, are not sorted by order of importance, some will be easier to carry out than others, but all will positive change in your life style.
Each one of us have an internal clock that is responsible for regulating the physiological functions of our body alternating states of sleep and wakefulness each and every day. Is the circadian cycle.
During the day, in a waking state, are active all the physiological functions. In contrast, in the sleep state reduces the body temperature and blood pressure, and the body enters a state of recovery and restoration. Hence the importance of respecting the periods of sleep.
The information of who we are, our characteristics, physiological, morphological and biochemical, is stored in the genes. We inherit from our parents and pass on to our children. So we perpetuate as a species.
All of the genetic information of our species is the human genome. All of the genetic information of an individual is the genotypeand the way in which genes are expressed in a given environment is the phenotype.
Sure that on more than one occasion you've heard the expression "slow metabolism". But, does it make sense to speak of a slow metabolism? What factors influence? How can we increase?
To answer these questions let us see first what are the components in which is divided the daily energy expenditure of a person:
Obesity is already a global epidemic, according to the WHO (World Health Organization). The WHO also states that the obesity it is one of the most serious problems of public health in the TWENTY-first century.
Traditionally it was thought that obesity was the sole responsibility of the individualof your diet and the physical exercise that makes (the false dogma eats less and spends more). But today we know that this is not so. Obesity is a multifactorial disease in which the environment of the individual has a great influence.